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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 October 1908

.1 i i, , , li . i; , 1- r I. IV; it, -., it 1 i . ' i Dn koti County Herald DAKOTA ctrr, VKS. OH H. IUEAM,' . A Kiibtu tuning? .Shocking! Lot at first sight often proves a light case after the second meeting. The only thing wrong with money la ttotlAore Isn't enough of It to go round. j. ... .... .. - An export In drawing need not neces sarily be an artist he tnfty be a dentist l Instead. ' V. -. : j ","' i.j .-r7r-r-.ff!-rr You can't Judge the brutality of mop people by the horsepower of their auutomoblies. .1 - . A Grand Army veteran linn married. "W hope It will not prove a case of re-enlistment , i 1 I r Twenty thousand dollars wn paid yesterday for a collection jof butter , files. Verily riches have wings. . 1 i There are few chances of becoming a. hero nowadays unless you gut Into the Are department, or mnrry a chonn lady. . , The four Singer children of Tlttsburg , Tided f 10,000.000 among tl ) the other day. For this quartet life Is a on- , t A New Jersey court decides that...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 October 1908

Y ft A M M 'J rVCO.,.:!' t- V I f I j j THE HEUITAGKji ' 1 Down tbe centuries aline, row , . . . Grandmothers, grandfathers, belle and bean, Puritan, vaga bond; gjj my,' peer, " Parefooted, rarle or cavalier -' .' ! u ' Bone of tbe mountains, blood of the, tea, -Reaching down through tbe yenra to hie." . Bravely fend Btiroly, as one kept Lis sword h. .. . Unsheathed for the king .In Naseby flght, ,, Stendfastly-purely, . one kept his word, I A Puritan' word In a buttle for right ; ' " ' rnrltan courage nnd envnller pride -': 1 ; ',. ,'v ' The nges have sifted their dust away; J Dead are the ratines for which they died, ; ' Kt It's their lore t give thee, dear, to-day. -Success Magazine. ; 1 1 ' '' v ' 4 , ... , , . It was dark on board the Canada. All fights were out in the cabins and saloons, , tbe deck and smoking rooms were empty, and the, passengers were supposed to be sleep. ' I had not yet tnrned in, but was ""bout to do" so, and' had taken off my jat, opened . tie door of my ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 October 1908

Dakota County Herald Q B. IkCAM, fCBUBHEB. Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. a weekly newspaper published at irakota t ut. iNetrask. Permission hH been granted for the iransmiaHion of this paper through the uiftii ax second -c.laas matter. Telephone No. 48. llepubliciin Ticket For PreM'lent, N William II. Taft. Vot Yice HrewMent. James S. Sherman. For OtTe nor, George h. Sheldon. ForLient. OororDor, M. R. Hopewell. for Secretar; of State, George C. Junkin. For StaW- Aa trior, Silas R. Barton. For 8tate Treasurer, Lawson G. Brian. l-'or Snpt P.il. IiiHt., E. C. Bishop. For Attorney Oetieral, William II. Thompson. For Om Pib Ldn. aud ltl Edward B. Cowles. F'r Railway CommisHioner, J. A. Williams. For Oomrrenx, Ttiird District, J. F. Boyd. For Stat Senator, Eighth District, George W. Wiltse. For Repr- tentative, 16th District, John W. Hazlegrove. For County Attorney, , Fred S. Berry For Ooi'ttv drumixsiouer, Edwin Morgan. Farmers now get high prtcea fur IfttirtM Mini f .riu products,...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 October 1908

: PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Tk tollawtar ropos amaasassaS ft oonstltutloa tns at fcraata, as banlnafts Ht torta la fall, la submitted to th elaeton la ! t Vsbraska, to bo rotod npon at th anrl alactloa. to bo bald Tuil, Mo Tmtr 3rd, A. S. lsoai A JOINT RRSOLUTION to amend Sec tions two (), four (4), flvo (), slats) and thirteen Ml) of Article six lJ ot tho Constitution 'of tho Stat of Ne braska, relating In Judicial Powers. So It Bssolvsd by tho tajtalatur of tod bibi 01 atDraaaai Section 1. Amondxiont propoaoA. Thai Section two (2) of Artlcio ill ( of tht Constitution of tho State of Nebraska amended to read aa follow: Section 2. (Supremo eoartj Judfaa: Jurisdiction.) Tho Supremo Court snail consist of seven (T) Judge; and a ma jority of all elected and qualified Judges hall be necessary to constitute a Suorum or pronounce a decision. The Ureme Court shall have Jurisdiction lo evil case relating; to the revenue, civil cases In which the state la a party, mandamus, quo warr...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 October 1908

Tha PrttnMri Clou. ','' The dentist's sleeve wh imeafeA Srlth pate 3ust. He boat It with his Mlin. and a perfumed cloud m. "Malie'ip," he said, laughing "the 93' minimal harvest of makeup. Why ths deuce; to front the fierce wfiito light of tlcntal chslr, will women come to ms with mtkmp pi ss tercd .' thick on their pretty fawn? They all, or nearly all. ! It. Their lips are reddened, their hrnwa penciled, their checks rouged, find In n few. rases the tiny net work f vein In the temples Is outlined In I.! no. Pegging away at their teeth, I nin tip all that makeup on iny.eoat fdeeve. I smear red over white nose. black over pink cheeks. Phew! Ixwk OUtt" ".:';. ' "'" i. '. V - And. rushing his cuff again, he learied bfH-k n wenpe tlie sweet smell- iii- fi'.,i v i'i "'i'"J "v 'fe 'Wi n:" ""-w". it I ft UMS" J RATTLESJSAB AS A DIET. 1 ! " it la DnUM ia laeaalaat Addltloa to tha Table. There seems to have been an unneces sary atnount of excitement' aroused, by the fact; that rattlesnkaes w...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 October 1908

Proof Is Inexhaustible that Lydlu.K. Plokham's Vegetable Compound carries women safely through tho Change of Life.' ""' Read trj letter Mrs. 'E. Hanson, 804 E. Lonff .St., Columbus, Ohio, writes to Sirs, llnkhani : ! . ! " I was paRslnir through the Change f Life, nud suffered from nervous Bess, headaches, and other annoying symptoms. My doctor told me that Lydia B. rinkhain's Vegetable torn . Bound was good for me, and sine talc injr it I feel so much better, and I can , again ao inv own wora. 1 never urge to tell my friends what Lydia R. rink ham's Vegetable Compound did for me during this trying period." ' , mitc errttr cirif WnMFM For thirty years Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, Las been the Btanuara reraeuy ior leuiuie uu. and has imsiti vely cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, thatr bear-lng-down feeling, flatulency, indiges li...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 October 1908

THE MEETHSQ U. 3. A20) THE JAP. Tho Way -4dLuneapolis Journal. ARMY OP UNEMPLOYED. anaaanaaannn Marked Distress in Shipbuilding and Iron Industries in Britain. Britain to-day lias more money tlian Work. Redundant enpitui Hps Idle or at toe unproductive interest of one per ent Kedundnnt labor is idle at the aeasoa when employment should bo at Its best. The distress is most marked 1m toe shipbuilding and iron Industries. Uoreinuncratlve freights account for 11 goore Teasel being laid up In the Tyne last week, making the total 04 or 300, 00 tonnage. In shipbuilding only 35, 00 are employed, compared with 45, 00 last year. Mr. Thackeray, president of tho North of England Iron and " Steel Trades) Conciliation Board, declured that he could not remember trade mi baa for 40 years, except in 1880. The Mersey docks are full of laid up v ea sels, and there are thousands of sailors without ships, while 500 ships' officers are walking the streets instead of the aormal 60 or 00 out of employment....

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 October 1908

1'bi.mtNT TO Dakota County Herald Dakota City, . Nebraska. Friday, October 30, 1908. TUFTS ELECTION MEANS GOOD OSES Protective Policy o? the Republican Party Means General Pros perity and Steady Work. Jlepublicana Aro Opposed to Reduc ing tho American Laborer to the Levil of Pauper Labor ol Lurope Scale of Wages. In addressing himself to organized lirixir at Zanesvlllc, Ohio, the other day, tbi lion. William Howard Taft said: "I laid down the law and 1 laid down the principle upon which tlic labor or gnuizatioris In this country have since built up their prosperity and their use fulness, nnd instead of saying that am. an enemy, recognize that 1 nni one cf the greatest benefactors labor has had. I decided the case against the Brotherhood of Engineers and the Brotherhood condemned nie. In four years they pot Into court lu St. Louis nd they had to cite my case to Induce the court to withdraw the Injunction there beennse I had laid down tho prln clplos upon which they could organize. co...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 October 1908

' Republican Party Wholly Responsl. bio for Caring for Old Soldiers. Democrats Opposed All Friendly Aid Damning Record Taft Great Friend of Q. A. R. The Republican pnrty has Just cnue to be proud of its pension record. With the nid of patriotic men from other parties It waged to a successful con clusion, the greutcst war of modern times. It lias never censed to honor the officers and men who composed the victorious army. livery Republican President elected since tho close of that war hud boon a conspicuous olli cvr of the Federal army, with tho ex ception of President Roosevelt, whoso brilliant record lu the Spanish wnr Is a mntter of Just pride to the American people. Repnhllean Prnalon E.el"Iatlon. Republican legislation for the old soldier, his widow and his minor chil dren tins been generous and bountiful. The Invalid Pension Law of July 11, 18(52, and the Dependent Law of June 27, INtH), ore monuments of Republi can achievement and bear witness to the country's tend tare of Its...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 October 1908

-.'Dim I'crmc- Supporters of Bryan Assert Their Manhood find Quit the Continuous Office-SceKer. Thousands of Bryanitcs Turn to Taft tn tho Campaign NearG the End neither the "Cleveland Demo crnt3" Nor the Independent Voters Take Their Places and Bryan's Defeat U Certain. " Tho thousands who formerly voted for Bryan, hut who refuse to endorse Hint candidate's latent plea to he elect 'd President, include thinking men of all occupations mid conditions In life. They nre now couvlneed that Bryun in loo unstable and Impractical to he en trusted In power. They like to bear Mm talk, hut they tremble at the thought of hlni In tin; Whit" House. ' v ' As the campaign has neared the fin Ish the defections from the democratic party In favor of Taft and Sherman have gained in volume and It has been imy to hcc the steady drift away from Itryan. With his old followers leaving him. the "Cleveland Democrats" still refusing to heed his advice, and the absolute failure to add new recruits to his cause...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 October 1908

FREE DELIVERY. Rejected Beneficial Measures and Enacted Dissurout Legislation. A Trinity of Beneficent Republican Laws Froo Homesteads Na tional Irrigation Free Deliver. The Democratic party has gone on record ns having strenuously opposed establishment of rural free delivery service, on tlio ground that It was ab solutely Impracticable nnd too cxpon. Ive to meet Democratic approlmtlon. Yet the 'only time thin name Democratic party has held tho reins of power dur ng the past forty-live years, It In creased the national debt lit tho rute of half ft million dollars a day during its entire term of olllce, nnd each day we lost a half million dullars In foreign trade. The value of furm products de creased more than live hundred million dollars. , Dlaaatroa l)iiiioeratlo Hrslme. The business of this notion, In two months after tJie enactment of tho Wil son law decreased nix per cent. Hanks closed their doors, business houses us Signed, the balance of trudo was gainst us. Wo had deserted m...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 November 1908

9t in, to. DAKOTA COUMTY ERA UOTTO-All The Neirs When It Is Newt. VOLU1IB XYII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1908. HUIXB2I: 10 LDo WORLD'S DAILY HEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED KILLS HIS 3I0TIIER Ml'ItDKIt Of WEALTHY WOMAN ' M)i,M) K.i iiy svicinr. Motficr of Nelson Volt, of Now York, IMunl of Ho -ret Wedding, ami IMncovcry lied to DnuMc Tragedy In Fashionable Amrtmcnt House. Revelation by a son to his mother of ft secret marriage and parental refusul to be reconciled to It In believed to have been the Impelling cause of a. double tragedy In a large uptown apartment house In New York Wed nesday. , The victims were Mrs. ltcbecca Velt. a wealthy wfclow, and her only son, J. Nelson Velt, ' Wall street broker, the circumstances of the affair indicating that the mother was shot by the Ron, and that the latter then took his own life by Inhaling illuminating gas. Thu bodies of both were discovered "Wed nesday. Mrs. Velt lay dead in her bed from bullet wounds In her h...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 November 1908

Dakota County Herald Dakota crrr, mob. JOHN n. REAM, ... rnbtl.Mior W head that wear tho crown 1 doing some more uneasy lying. Giro great trouble with flying Is tlint the earth Is such n solid tiling to fall PufTnlocs are quoted nt $1,000 n howl. Hm tho beef trust secured control of the buffalo market? . anadian author has written a book called "SThe Dungeon." wldi the bleu, perhaps, flint it will be n good collar. If those three nlrsliljm prove thMr ability to Mil across t ho English Clinn ol, where will Hrltuhi's "walls of onk" grt off nt? King Edward. It lias been announced, fe 01 of debt. Like the village black smith, lie can now look the whole world In tls face. strong suspicion exists that t ho Iclc nian of KuroiM' never will lie well But! Uc jmcks tip and goes over to Asia, where lie properly belongs. Amortcnns, declares Prof. Zuoblln, prefer the exclusive to the common life. The man who owns a motor car will bo Inclined to deny this assertion. When the Englishmen hear that C...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 November 1908

Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. CONVERTED BY MEDICINE. WOMAN missionary, who was also a doc tor, had a curious cxpeilence In Hunimli, where, upcn her 'arrival, she found n vil lage commmi! ly dying off like flies with cholera. She made ft house-to-house (nsico tlon, administered n specific, and. having hiokeu tlu back of tlip malady, left behind A several bottles of the medicine to lio used during bet absence. I'pon her rctii'.'ii the headman cheered licr heart by (lip greeting: "Teacher, vp hnve come over to your tiile; flip ineiliclnc did us so much good Hint we liavo accepted your Ond." lit' led her lo Ids house nnd Into the niiirtiin'iit sacred to his worship. There, ar rayed up(n Hip shelf, were th? medicine bottled, and ho, villi nil his household. Instantly howoil down nud pruyod to them with thunkful Mini contrite hearts. Dundee Ad--vortlser. ' '- LEPERS. 1 1 10 victims of leprosy ore now the only physical defectives who are treated sllll mm they were in medi...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 November 1908

Dakota County Heraldl'T A C7 TP A I T Of Subscription rrice $1.00 Per Year. a weekly newspaper published all Dakota City. Nebraska. Permission bas been granted for tbe I ransmission of this paper through tbe mans as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Nebraska Goes Democratic by About 7,000 The result of the recent election an be summed tip in a Terr fei -words: Taft was elected; bnt the balance of the tioket went to the aces. 1545 Votes Polled In County -Vote In Detail PRECINCT OFFICERS. Justice of the Peace. Dakota Precinct Fred A. Wood, rep., 174: Jacob F. Ieamer, rep., 177. Covington S. B. Funk, rep., 158; Isaac Fouts, dem., 12S. Ktnerson Nels Feauto, rep., 7. St. Johns John Lelse, dem., 18. Hubbard T. li. Lone, dem., 65; Phil Reiss. dem.. 93. Omadl T. D. Curtis, rep.. 177; Loula (loodsell, rep., 177; John Church, dem r,; John Uurcum, dem., 78. Pipeon Creek John Collins, dem., 47. Constables. Dakota James II. Fueston, rep K4: William IMermann, rep., 179. Onvtngton F. B. Churc...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 November 1908

I 1 .1.1. V r J 1 1 S Cure Your Dandruff Why? Because itts annoying, uuiidy. And mostly, because it almost' invariably leads to blJness. Cure it, and save your hair. Get more, too, at t!:c same time. All easily done with Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved formula. Stop this form ion of dandruff I r- rn ihe rninr of ifte hair. rormula with sack bonk f Show It to yottr doctor it ilk him about It, than no aa ha aaya Mjers Aver's Hair Vieor will certiinlv ;. ; work, because, first of all, it Je siiio germs which are the original "' dandruff. Havine riven this aid. n:n:ir; completes the cure. The scalp is re m .r.J to a perfectly healthy condition. :-bT the J. C.AyerCo.. Lowsu, lyjfiTii Witvtcr Journeys Winter Tourist Revto Daily low excursion rates af ter November 20th to South ern and Cuban resorts. Daily now in effect to Southern Cal ifornia. Iyower yet, home seekers' excursion rates, first and third Tuesdays, to the South and Southwest. Corn Show, Omaka December 9 to 19. Visit this inte...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 November 1908

Ifruil niiirtl. "Last time 1 hf-mi about Kit Skin oierhorn she wa rnso"d to a young nsa lir wet at a k'ihi'Io resort. How long did til" (nHg',ll1l'TU Ip St V" 'Thri dny, 1 Mii-ve. Th"n the young won lr;in la insist on their marrying." "Writ?" "Well, it was near the end of the sea on. ar.i! sh- nmrrirrl him" "nfe l.noniili. "I hope'. driver, you will not rm way with me !" "Bless ycr. no, uii'in' I've got a, wife dud six kll .it li'iina already!" I.oiidon (! n . KEPT GETTING WORSE. fr"lve Vrtn of Anfil Kldnrr IHeae. Nut Anderson, Greenwood, S. C, ays ; "Kidney trouble logan nbout five years ago with dull backache, whlrh grit so severe In time that I could not get around. The kidney secretions became bad ly disordered and nt times thpre was al most a complete stop of the flow. I was ex amined ngaln mid again and treated to do avail nnd Uppt get ting worse. I have to praise Donn'a Kidney Pills for my final relief nnd enrp. Since using them I have. Rained in strength and flesh and have n...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 November 1908

la 102O. "Prisoner," inlil the ninirlstrsts sa tercly, "you nre rtiarced with bplnf a nillUonairu. How did you linppt-n to fait?" "Your honor,"' r'fjiotidd the .- bllnjf mnn nt tlio bar, "In a moment of Weakness I Hindi1 n Imok on the rmes." "You'ro not Incurable," rrjittued tlis tnneis-trate, nim at Iic-ntt wns not' tn kind. "(!o and reform by playing ths book of aoine other fellow. Dismissed." riillndeliihln T-ndffer. Sfli h Burna ffJ 't " ""m'"L' How many American women in lonely homes to-day long for this blessing to come into their lives, and to be able to utter these words, but because of some organic derange ment this happiness is denied them. Every woman interested in this subject should know that prepara tion for healthy maternity is accomplished by the uso of LYDIA PI Mi HAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs. Moggie Gilmer, of West Union, S. C.,writes to Mrs. Pinkham : "I was frreatly run-down in health from a weakness peculiar to my sex, when Lydia li. IMukham' s Vegetable Compoun...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 November 1908

The Sunday SolionI Lesson alJev (or Korrmbrr IK, IftOA. Tbt Lord Onr Shepherd. rsalm 23. Golden Tet. "The Ixrd In my Shep nerd; 1 shall nut want."- Psalms 23:1. David bad himself been a shepherd Id boyhood, fcnd hence this figure wss most aatural and well understood by him. Verse 1. Shepherd. It is a Shepherd's duty to feed hi sheep, "lie shall feed hla flock like a shepherd." on id Isnlah. Jehovah is like n shepherd in throe par Ocular: (1) Food. What a shepherd supplies the sheep in fond. He supplies the soul. (2) Protection. The shepherd keeps oft wild beast and robbers. Je hovah ctn keep us from the power of Satan and hi hosts. CI) Mi pit or. Me keejm ua in the midst of trial and trib ulations. By calling Himself a Shepherd, our tJod stands pledged to lie all this to ua. Do we believe It V My Khepherd. Put Jhe emphasis on the 1 iron on n, my. Who Ik "iii.v Shepherd?" The Lord. If it were innn. we miarht well be dejUKindcnt and distrustful. Hut when we realize that It In God, we ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 13 November 1908

MUX Stale Historical Society V A f WM I'M - 4 jL i iJ V nOTTO-iJl The Heirs YTfeca It Is Htts. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1908. NUXIBJ2R 11 t . J, CURRENT HAPPEHIHGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. DEATH FK03I FALL W. W. WATTMItSOM INSTANTLY KI!.1iKl IIT NEW VOltK. Oau-e of Aouidctit U Unknown, liut Yovng lawyer Is; I lei loved to I Is we lost llalanoe Whin Closing Window IWiirw Leaving for Home. . Harvey W. Watterson, a lawyer and yeunger on of Henry WBtter son, editor of the Louisville Courier Journal, plunged to his death from the nineteenth floor of his office building at H Wall street. In New York, late Wednesday afternoon. His body shot downward for 110 feet and landed on te roof of a ten-story building ad joining. Almost every bone In his body was broken and the head crushed, and death was practically Instantaneous. While there were no eye, witnesses ta the tragedy, evtdently It was en tirely accidental. Mr. Watterson's hat and coat were n ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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